Email: matthew_bekker@byu.edu
Office: 672C SWKT
Phone: 801-422-1961
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Matt Bekker, Associate Professor

Department: Geography

Vita

Education

  • PHD, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, 2002
  • MS, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV, 1996
  • BS, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1994

Publication Info

  • Yan Sun, Matthew Frank Bekker, R. Justin DeRose, Roger K. Kjelgren, Simon Wang (2017). Statistical treatment for the wet bias in tree-ring chronologies: a case study from the Interior West, USA. Environmental and Ecological Statistics.
  • Matthew Frank Bekker, J Joseph Naylor V (2016). Dendrochronology and the complex history of the William Hawk Cabin, Salt Lake City, Utah. Tree-Ring Research.
  • R. Justin DeRose, Matthew Frank Bekker, Roger K. Kjelgren, Brendan M Buckley, James H Speer, Eric B Allen (2016). Dendrochronology of Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma (Torr.) Little) . Tree-Ring Research.
  • R. Justin DeRose, Matthew Frank Bekker, Eric B Allen, Tim Bardsley, Brendan M Buckley, Roger K Kjelgren, Tammy Rittenour, Simon Wang (2015). A millennium-length reconstruction of Bear River stream flow, Utah. Journal of Hydrology.
  • Matthew Frank Bekker, R. Justin DeRose, Brendan M. Buckley, Roger K. Kjelgren, Nathan S. Gill (2014). A 576-year Weber River streamflow reconstruction for water resource risk assessment in the Wasatch Front, Utah. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
  • Clayton J Whitesides, Matthew Frank Bekker (2011). Rocky substrate and the lower treeline ecotone of Yellowstone's Northern Range. Physical Geography.
  • Eric A Smith, Sean B Collette, Thomas A Boynton, Tiffany Lillrose, Mikel Ross Stevens, Matthew Frank Bekker, Dennis Lee Eggett, Samuel B St Clair (2011). Developmental contributions to phenotypic variation in functional leaf traits within quaking aspen clones. Tree Physiology.
  • Matthew Frank Bekker (2010). Earthquakes. Tree rings and natural hazards: a state-of-the-art.